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One of my next jobs will be getting my raised garden beds started, these will be near the house and contain all the herbs and leafy stuff - bigger crops to go directly into the ground later on (once the pigs have very kindly cleared the patch for me). My task this weekend will be to take the shovel and wheelbarrow around to the poo piles and collect alpaca and llama poo as fertiliser. I've always been told it can go straight on the garden without burning plants, so will see how it goes :)

I am very happy that they poo in piles, unlike the blood horses :lol: so hoping my labours will be easier!

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Wed Aug 22, 2012 12:43 pm
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Well I have been wondering how long a pile of paca poo can last :?:
Those boys of mine sure do take pride in thier 'circle work' :lol:
And nothing seems to grow through it so I'm just not sure how it would go on the veggie patch :scratch
But organic matter is organic matter, right? :salut

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Wed Aug 22, 2012 9:21 pm
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it is probably too fresh and thick in the pile for anything to grow through it, but should be great dug into the veggie patch.

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Thu Aug 23, 2012 9:15 am
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